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It occurs to me that with artistic creations (and I include pulp fiction, even Mills and Boon, in that), every new creation must have something that differs from existing works, if it is to sell and be admired. Further, that can‘t just be a trivial thing, like the protagonist’s name.

A computer program is a pattern, that can generate patterns as output. Humans are good at recognising patterns and, as soon as they recognise a creation as having the same essential pattern as that of another, the accusation of plagiarism (or just lack of originality) goes up.

So I suppose the challenge for the writer of computer programs to generate novels or music is to make it complex enough that the pattern to which it writes is not detectable by most humans. That is of course difficult because it is a human writing the program, so they have to be able to see the pattern, but most other people must be unable to see it. That doesn‘t necessarily mean it’s impossible, just very difficult.


What would have been made clearer be refering to Turing Machines and the Halting Problem? What haydar wrote, was after all, „Some scholars (e.g. Penrose & Lucas) have argued that human minds are unlike machines using Godel’s Theorem“. One such argument from Lucas is to be found in „Minds, Machines and Gödel“, Philosophy, XXXVI, 1961, pp.(112)-(127) where Lucas wrongly claims:

Symbol question

I haven‘t been able to find this anywhere, so I apologize for such a basic question. What does „‚“ mean in logic? for example: „If it were that A, then it would be that C‘ is true if and only if C is true at the selected A-world.“

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